Partial Dissertation Bibliography

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C. Matthew McMahon

Christian Preacher
I posted this here because I wanted a place to back it up.
I have it backed up on my computer, and my laptop, but just in case, I am going to post a few notes here as I go through my disseration (which I am starting in December).

This is a partial bibliography for it.

Bibliography: The Grand Debate

A Minister of the Presbyterian Church, A Counter Essay or a Vindication and Assertion of Calvin´s and Beza´s Presbyterian Judgments and Principles (Heir of Andrew Anderson, Edinburgh: 1692)

Assheton, William, A Seasonable Discourse Against Toleration (Butcher Hall Lane, London: 1685)

Assheton, William, Toleration Disapproved and Condemned (William Hall, Oxford: 1670)

Ball, John, A Defense of the Answer Made Unto the Nine Questions or Positions Sent From New England (Richard Cotes, London: 1648)

Ballie, Robert, Anabaptism, the True Fountain of Independency, Antinomy, Brownism, Familisme, and the most of Other Errors Which For the Time Do Trouble the Church of England (M.F., London: 1646)

Bastwick, John, The Utter Routing of the Whole Army of All the Independents and Sectaries (John Macock, London: 1648)

Baylie, Robert, A Dissuasive From the Errors of the Time (Paul´s Chruchyard, London: 1645)

Bernard, John, The Independent´s Catechism (John Mawck, London: 1645)

Brown, David, Two Conferences Between Some of those that are Called Separatists and Independents Concerning Their Different Tenants (John Clowes, London: 1650)

Byfield, Richard, A Short Treatise Describing the True Church of Christ and the Evils of Schism, Anabaptism, and Libertinism (Sign of the Bible, London: 1653)

Cant, Andrew, A Letter from the Protestors With an Answer Thereunto (np, Edinburgh, 1653)

Cartwright, Thomas, Helps for the Discovery of the Truth In Point of Toleration (Sign of the Seal at Westminster Hall, London: 1648)

Cartwright, Thomas, The Second Reply of Thomas Cartwright on Church Disipline (np, London: 1775)

Cartwright, Thomas, A Directory of Church Government (Old-baily, London: 1644)

Cartwright, Thomas, A Brief Apologie of Thomas Cartwright (np, London: 1596)

Cartwright, Thomas, A Reply to An Answer Made of Doctor Whitegate Against the Admonition to the Parliament (np, nc: nd)

Cawdry, Daniel, Vindicae Clavium "“ A Vindication of the Keys of the Kingdom into the Hands of Right Owners (T.H., London: 1645)

Cawdry, Daniel, Independency Further Proved to be Schism (King´s Head, London: 1658)

Cawdry, Daniel, The Inconsistency of the Independent Way, (A. Miller, London: 1651)

Cawdry, Daniel, Independency Further Proved to Be Schism (Knight´s Head, London: 1658)

Cawdry, Daniel, Independency A Great Schism, (John Wright, London: 1657)

Commissioners of the General Assembly of the Kirk of Scotland, A Solemn Testimony Against Toleration, (Printed By J. Wilson, Bookseller, Kilmarnock: 1649)

Derham, Robert, A Brief Discourse Proving Independency in Church Government Destructive to the Positive Laws of this Kingdom and Inconsistent Therewith (np, London: 1646)

Dissenting Brethren, The Reasons Presented by the Dissenting Brethren Against Certain Propositions Concerning Presbyterial Government (T.R. and E.M., London:1648)

Edwards, Thomas, A Short Review of Some Reflections"¦Upon Dr. Crisps Sermons (Bible in the Newgate Street, London: 1693)

Edwards, Thomas, Antapologia: Or, A Full Answer and the Apologetical Narration of Mr. Goodwin, Mr. Nye, Mr. Sympson, Mr. Burroughs, Mr., Bridge, Members of the Assembly of Divines (G.M., London:1644)

Edwards, Thomas, Gangraena: Or a Catalogue and Discovery of Many of the Errors, Heresies, Blasphemies, and Pernicious Practices of the Sectaries of this Time (Ralph Smith, London: 1645)

Edwards, Thomas, Reasons Against the Independent Government of Particular Congregations (Richard Cotes, London: 1641)

Edwards, Thomas, Reasons Against the Independent Government of Particular Congregations: As Also Against the Toleration of Such Churches to Be Erected in this Kingdom (Rich Cotes, London: 1641)

Edwards, Thomas, The Casting Down of the Last Stronghold of Satan, or A Treatise Against Toleration and Pretended Liberty of Conscience (T.R. and E.M., London: 1647)

English Parliament, Ordinance for Settling Presbyterian Government in the Church of England (King´s Head Old Bayley, London: 1646)

English Parliament, The Ordination of Ministers (King´s Royal Exchange, London:1642)
Gillespie, George, A Form of Church Government and Ordination of Ministers Contained in 111 Propositions (King´s Head, London: 1647)

Fergusson, James, A Brief Refutation of the Errors of Toleration, Independency, Erastianism, and Separation (George Mossman, Edinburgh: 1692)

Forrester, Thomas, The Hierarchical Bishops Claim to a Divine Right (James Waston, Edinburgh: 1699)

Gillespie, George, A Useful Case of Conscience Discussed and Dissolved Concerning Associations and Confederacies with idolaters, Infidels, Hereticks, or Any Other Known Enemies of the Truth (T.R. and E.M., London: 1649)

Gillespie, George, A Sermon Preached before the Honorable House of Commons (King´s Head, London: 1644)

Gillespie, George, A Sermon Preached before the Honorable House of Lords (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1645)

Gillespie, George, A Treatise of Miscellany Questions (University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh: 1649)

Gillespie, George, Aaron´s Rod Blossoming, (E.G., London: 1646)

Gillespie, George, Propositions Concerning the Ministry and Government of the Church, (Evan Tyler, Edinburgh: 1647)

Goodman, Christopher, Four Grand Questions Proposed and Briefly Answered (np, London: 1689)

Guthry, James, A Humble Acknowledgement of the Sins of the Ministry of Scotland (np, Edinburgh:1653)

Guthry, James, The True and Perfect Speech of Mr. James Guthrey, (np, Edinburgh: 1661)

Guthry, James, Two Speeches of Mr. James Guthrey Before the Parliament (np, Edinburgh:1661)

Hamilton, J., A Reply to the Late Printed Answer Given to the Letter Directed by the Protesters to Their Brethren, Whoa re Carrying On of the Publick Resolutions, and for the Authority of the late Pretended Assemblies (np, Edinburgh: 1653)

Henderson, Alexander, Reformation of the Church of Scotland (King´s Head, London: 1644)

Herle, Charles, The Independency on Scriptures of the Independency of Churches (Thomas Brundenell, London: 1643)

Holdisworth, Doctor, The Late Schismatical Petition for a Diabolical Toleration of Several Religions Expounded (np, London: 1649)

Lee, Samuel, Puritan Sermons, vol ?, Visibility of the True Church (GET INFO)

London Ministers, A Letter of the Ministers of the City of London Against Toleration (Brasen at the Churchyard, London: 1645)

London Ministers, Defiance of Presbytery, (np, London: 1649 (?) nd)

London Ministers, Jus Divinum Regiminis Ecclesiastici: Or The Divine Right of church Government (Joseph Hunseot, London: 1646)

London Ministers, Jus Divinum Ministerii Evangelici, Or the Divine Right of the Gospel Ministry (John Legat and Abraham Miller, London: 1654)

Manton, Thomas, Smectymnuus Redivivus "“ Being An Answer to a book Entitled An Humble Remonstrance, 5th Edition (Fountain in Goldsmith Row, London: 1661)

Miller, Samuel, Presbyterianism: The Truly Primitive Apostolic Constitution of the Church of Christ (Presbyterian Board of Publication, Philadelphia: 1865)

na, A Dispute Against the English-Popish Ceremonies Ordered Upon the Church of Scotland (np, Edinburgh: 1637)

na, Protesters no Subverters, and Presbytery No Papacy, (np, Edinburgh: 1658)

na, Toleration and Liberty of Conscience Considered and Proved Impracticable and Impossible (Corner of Chancy Lane, London: 1685)

na, A Late Dialogue Betwixt a Civilian and a Divine Concerning the Present Condition of the Church of England (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1644)

na, An Humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament by a Dutiful Son of the Church (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1640)

na, Act Concerning the Receiving of Engagers in the Late Unlawful War Against England to Public Satisfaction (Evan Tyler, Edinburgh: 1649)

na, An Anatomy of Independency or a Brief Commentary and Moderate Discourse Upon the Apologetical Narration of Mr. Thomas Goodwin, and Mr. Phillip Nye, etc. (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1644)

na, A Brief History of Presbytery and Independency (np, London: 1691)

na, Independency Stript and Whipt, (np, nc: 1648)

na, Independency Accused (Popes Head Allen, London: 1645)

na, Male Audis (np, nc, nd)

na, A Vindication of the Freedom and Lawfulness, and so of the Authority of the Late General Assembly (np, London: 1652)

National Synod, An Extract of the Acts of the National Synod of the Reformed Churches of France Touching Independency (Published by Authority, London: 1644)

Newcomen, Matthew, The Duty of Such as Would Walk Worthy of the Gospel (G.M., London: 1646)

Pierce, James, A Vindication of the Dissenters, (Bible and Crown, London: 1718)

Poole, Matthew, Quo Warrento: A Moderate Enquiry into the Warratanbleness of the Preaching of Gifted and Unordained Persons (J.H., London: 1659)

Presbyterian Ministers, A Letter of the Presbyterian Ministers in the City of London (J. Johnson, London: 1668)

Provincial Assembly, A Vindication of the Presbyterial Government and Ministry (Paul´s Churchyard, London: 1650)

Rutherford, Samuel, Lex Rex, (Baynards Castle, London: 1644)

Rutherford, Samuel, A Free Disputation of Liberty of Conscience (St. Paul´s Churchyard, London: 1644)

Rutherford, Samuel, Divine Right of Church Government (John Field, London: 1646)

Rutherford, Samuel, The True Right of Presbyteries, or A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Government of the Church of Scotland (E. Griffin, London: 1644)

Rutherford, Samuel, A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul´s Presbytery in Scotland (Austin´s Gate, London: 1642)

Scottish Commissioners, A Solemn Testimony Against Toleration And the Present Proceedings of Sectaries and Their Abettors in England (Evan Tyler, Edinburgh: 1649)

Scottish Commissioners, Reformation of Church Government in Scotland Cleared From Some Mistakes and Prejudices, (King´s Head, London:1644)

Scottish Commissioners, The Scots Declaration Against the Toleration of Sects, Sectaries, and Liberty of Conscience (np, London: 1647)

Scultetus, Abrahamus, A Defense of the Humble Remonstrance, (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1641)

Scultetus, Abrahamus, A Short Answer to the Humble Remonstrance, (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1641)

Seaman, Lazarus, A Vindication of the Judgment of the Reformed Churches, and Protestant Divines, From Misrepresentations Concerning Ordination, and Laying on of Hands, (T.R. & E.M., London: 1647)

Selden, John, Table-Talk: Being the Discourses of John Selden, Esq. (Judge´s Head, London: 1696)

Smectymnuus, An Answer to a Book Entitled "“ A Humble Remonstrance (np, nc:1641)

Sundry Ministers, edited by T.H., The Divine Right of Church Government (R. Martin & Company, New York: 1799)

Udall, John, The True Reform of Church Government, First Instituted by Christ (np, London: 1641)

Verax, Theodorus, The History of Independency, (np, London: 1649)

Vicars, John, The Schismatic Sifted (Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1646)

Warreston, Lord, et. al., The Representation, Propositions, and Protestation of Divers Ministers, Elders and Professors (Evan Tyler, Edinburgh: 1652)

Westminster Assembly, An Answer to Those Questions Propounded by Parliament to the Assembly of Divines touching Jus Divinum in Matter of Church Government (London, np: 1646)

Westminster Assembly, A Letter from the Assembly of Divines in England and the Commissioners of the Church in Scotland (Richard Cotes, London: 1644)

Westminster Assembly, Certain Considerations to Dissuade Men From Further Gathering of Churches in this Present Juncture of Time (Sign of the Bible in Cornhill, London: 1643)

Westminster Assembly, Jus Divinum of Presbytery, (Parliament, London: 1646)

Westminster Assembly, Jus Divinum Ministerii Evangelici, or the Divine Right of the Gospel Ministry (Provincial Assembly, London: 1654)

Westminster Assembly, Propositions Concerning Church Government and Ordination of Ministers, (Evan Tyler, Edinburgh: 1647)

Westminster Assembly, The Answer of the Assembly of Divines By the Authority of Parliament Now Sitting at Westminster Unto the Reasons Given in to this Assembly by the Dissenting Brethren of Their Not Brining in a Model of their Way (John Field, London: 1645)

Westminster Assembly, The Grand Debate Concerning Presbytery and Independency (St. Paul´s Church Yard, London: 1652)

Westminster Assembly, The Reasons Presented by the Dissenting Brethren Against Certain Propositions Concerning Presbyterian Government (T.R. and E.M., London, 1648)
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